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and funnel in that energy. the fact that we're under an advisory should tell that you the folks at the alaska center expecting wave height rises of less than a foot. this is not an outright warning but still some coastal fluctuations in sea level are possible. any time after midnight to 3:00 in the morning and very likely this will get extended down the central coast, too. so use caution. if you're out at the harbors, you could see some unexpected rises of sea level of slightly above a foot in some of the coastal inlets and bays. 50s and 60s around the bay area. not much of a sea breeze yet. after we wrap up the week on a pretty warm note. high pressure has been keeping us very sunny and dry. we'll see it probably through at least monday. and this pattern breaks down, opening up the door for a weather system come wednesday that will bring us a chance of seeing some rain at this point. it still looks like we could see it rolling in around halloween, trick or treat time. during the day tomorrow, very sunny until late in the day. here come the coastal low clouds and fog. the air conditioning is
of energy. it will be the first time. the student understand what a grand scale this is. you're playing for a world championship baseball team twice in a row. it's quite an honor to represent the city and the school. >> reporter: about a million people are going to descend on market street to get a glimpse of the giants. but it's all about getting there early. >> traffic's going to be a nightmare. we have to get into town, make sure we're here and be ready for the parade tomorrow. >> we will be ready, too. our live coverage starts at 11:00 a.m. if you have to work, cow can watch it on our website. you can check out our victory page dedicated to the giants and their fans. we'll see you then. >>> the storm that was once hurricane sandy is crashing through pennsylvania. it will move into canada tomorrow. but tonight, new yorkers are picking up the pieces literally and figuratively. the storm killed at least 46 people on the east coast. right now, 6.6 million people remain without power in 15 states and the district of columbia. new york public transportation is getting back to normal after
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